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VOL. 3 NO. 59

Oil Politics has soiled Niger Delta - Amaechi
Highlights
⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Unilorin Deaf Alumni Association bounces back P.2 Lecturer wins Japanese scholarship P.2 For glorifying Kwara, Saraki lauds Unilorin P.3 The Teacher is the Destiny of a Child – Duyilemi p.4 Accessing external facilities: the AAU example P.4 Albert becomes Professor P.4 Save the situation P.5 March out, murderous March! P.7 P.8
Governor Amaechi delievering his lecture

⇒ Unilorin in the news

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he rise of militancy in the Niger Delta has been traced to the era of militancy maximum rule in Nigeria by the Rivers State Governor Rt. Honourable Rotimi Amaechi when exploitation of Niger Delta resources intensified without responsibility.

The Niger Delta crisis he said, is a culmination of the frustration of the people who own the soil from which oil is derived. He lamented the poor state of infrastructure exemplified by non connection of some Niger Delta Communities to the national power grid, and other social-economic challenges such as impoverishment and environmental degradation resulting from oil exploration. Governor Amaechi was speaking at the 2nd Distinguished Personality Lecture of the Center for Peace and Strategic Studies of the University of Ilorin entitled “Phases in the Manifestation and Management of the Niger Delta Crisis”. (Contd. on page 2)

Minister assures Unilorin of support on WAUG
The Minister gave this assurance to the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Is-haq O. Oloyede in Ilorin last Tuesday, March 24, 2009. He disclosed that he will constitute a committee that will closely work with the University with a view to making the event the most memorable in the annals of WAUG. While congratulating the Vice-Chancellor on the hosting rights granted the University by the regional body, the Minister remarked that the opportunity will help to develop the University and improve its facilities. (Contd. on page 3)

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he Minister of Sports and Chairman of National Sports Commission, Alhaji Sani Ndanusa, has given his full backing to the University of Ilorin as it prepares to host the next edition of the West African University Games (WAUG) slated for 2011.

Alhaji Ndanusa and Prof. Oloyede during the visit

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Amaechi disclosed that for a proper appreciation of the crisis in the Niger Delta, the imperialist exploits of Britain in the Niger Delta has to be understood. Niger Delta has historically been victim of oppression by the governments which prompted King Jaja of Opobo, Oba of Benin and other notable figures in the Niger Delta to raise their voices against the act. The noble cause of the people of the Niger Delta has now been transformed into kidnapping and extortion in the hands of criminals in 2006. He called on the government to give all Nigerians a sense of belonging as a solution to the Niger Delta Crisis. Speaking at the occasion, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ilorin whose speech was entitled ‘Save the Situation” said peace related issues are very dear to the ideals of University of Ilorin”. He observed that it is the responsibility of Universities all over the world to chart the course of societal discourse and proffer solutions to challenges that might confront the society. He described such platforms as avenues for the town and gown to rub minds in a mutually rewarding dialogue. He reiterated the sensitive position of the Niger Delta whose cough translates into a national cold. He said dialogue is the answer to the intractable Niger Delta problem and that all hands must be on deck to save the situation.

Unilorin Deaf Alumni Association bounces back

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fter a seven year dormancy of the Deaf Alumni Association of the University of Ilorin, the association is being resuscitated under the auspices of the Unilorin Center for Supportive Services for the Deaf. (CSSD). In the address of its Chairman, Mr. Adejumo Timothy, the deaf students have enjoyed favourable considerations hence, the realisation that the Deaf Alumni Association must contribute to the development of the University. He encouraged its members to be role models to all categories of students. He stated the mission of the Deaf Alumni Association as making the University of Ilorin a Center of Excellence in the deaf community in Nigeria and world wide in all fields of human endeavour. He expressed the wish of the association to tackle challenges confronting the deaf students in the University and the Society with regards to funding, employment, student deviant behaviour, facilities and crisis management. The Director of the Center for Supportive Services for the Deaf, Dr. (Mrs.) O. Olasehinde-Williams who was represented by Mr. Ismarde at the occasion expressed her delight at the resuscitation of the association. She disclosed that efforts were being made to engage more interpreters for the CSSD and create a more conducive learning environment for the students. The Deaf Alumni association deliberated on other issues that constituted challenges to the association and deaf people in general including lack of scholarship which the association observed is being enjoyed by deaf students at Unijos, poor orientation, poor academic performance of members and admission for prospective deaf students into the University of Ilorin. The occasion featured the election of officials to run the affairs of the organisation. They include: Mr. Timothy Adejumo Chairman Mr. Teslim Balogun Sec. General Mr. Muyiwa Afolayan Treasurer Dr. Mohammed Abdul Member

Lecturer wins Japanese scholarship

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lecturer in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Mr. Akindele Segun Afolabi, has won a Graduate Scholarship award offered by the Government of Japan.

The scholarship will take the young don to the Graduate School of Engineering, Kobe University, Japan, where he is expected to resume Ph.D. programme in the first week of April, 2009. According to a letter addressed to the Vice-Chancellor, signed by the First Secretary, General Affairs, Information and Culture, Embassy of Japan, Nigeria, Tetsuya Iwata, Mr. Afolabi emerged winner after a “very rigorous screening exercise conducted for few candidates who met the standard of the award of MEXT scholarship”.

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Minister assures Unilorin of support on WAUG
“On our part, we will partner with you in all the games and we will try to do the best we can for you. This is the beginning of our partnership with your University. I want to assure you of our support”. The Minister said. In his response, the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Is-haq O. Oloyede appreciated the Minister for the important meeting. He thanked him for what he has been able to achieve for the nation, describing KADA 2009 event as marvellous. Oloyede remarked that the Sports Minister is one person that people knew the potfolio he would be given based on his antecedents. He acknowledged his commitment to the country generally and Nigerian University system in particular. While describing the Minister as an epitome of humility, Oloyede said whoever is humble would always be elevated by Allah. He therefore prayed for the Minister and wished him more successes in life. At the end of the meeting, the Minister discussed his grassroots sports facilities project with the University delegation.
Alhaji Ndanusa and other dignitaries at the occasion

In the University delegation led by the Vice-Chancellor were the President of West African Universities Games, Lasun Emiola, the acting Director of Sports, Dr. T.A. Talabi and the Director of Works, Engr. Sanni.

For glorifying Kwara, Saraki lauds Unilorin

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he Governor of Kwara State, Dr. Bukola Saraki, has commended the authorities of the University of Ilorin for not only glorifying the University through its Distinguished Personality Lectures, but for also glorifying Kwara State in the process.

Governor Saraki, who was represented by his deputy, Chief Joel Ogundeji, made this observation in his remarks after the lecture of Rt. Hon. Rotimi Amaechi, Governor of Rivers state, delivered last Monday (March 23,2009) at the University of Ilorin. The Governor also commended the guest lecturer whom he referred to as a man of vast experience, having been a member of the legislative arm of government before being a Chief Executive, a feat that is not always common.

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08/2009 STAFF DEVELOPMENT AWARD - RENEWAL Recipient Programme Department Mr. K.A. Rafiu Ph.D Linguistics and Nigerian Languages

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The Teacher is the Destiny of a Child – Duyilemi

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ext to the mother, the teacher has been described as the most important character in the life of every child, and while the child is like a clay, the teacher is the potter who shapes the destiny of a child.

This illustration of the child-teacher relationship was given by a University don in the Department of Science and Technical Education, Faculty of Arts & Education, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Dr. (Mrs.) A.N. Duyilemi at the occasion of a public seminar organized by the Nigerian University Education Students’ Association. Dr. Duyilemi asserted that the teacher, the teaching process and the students are the major variables in the transformation of the education system. She decried the shortage of teachers in the Nigerian education system which she attributed to the poor condition of service of the Nigerian teacher. She established a distinction between lecturing and teaching which she said has its unique intellectual technique. In his own presentation at the occasion Mr. Mahfouz Adedimeji of the Department of English, University of Ilorin spoke to the topic, “Today’s Pressures, Tomorrow’s Pleasure”. He identified the individual’s choices as the most important factor in the determination of his destiny. He also delineated the import of striking a happy balance between personal attitudes, parental background, peer pressure and public expectation in shaping a personality. The occasion was chaired by Professor Durosaro, Dean, Faculty of Education and attended by other University officials including the Dean of Student Affairs, Professor S.A. Abdulkareem.

Accessing external facilities: the AAU example
he Department of French in collaboration with the Dean of Arts’ office organized an interactive seminar with two visiting scholars of University of Cape Coast, Professors E.A. Obeng and D.D. Kuupole – who are in Unilorin on a travel grant of the Association of African Universities (A.A.U). The two Professors gave highlights of the A.A.U. objectives and the numerous advantages of membership. In his own contribution, Prof. A.G.A.S. Oladosu, the Director of Academic Planning, who was just back from Ghana gave further hints on collaborative activities between the Universities of Ilorin and Cape Coast. The Dean who was represented by the Head of Department of French, Prof. Tunde Ajiboye, expressed the desire of the Faculty for the seminar to receive university wide coverage in future, as it would be of benefit not only to the Faculty of Arts but also to all other faculties. The seminar which took place on 20th March, 2009 was attended by many academics in the University.

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Albert becomes Professor

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he Director of the University of Ilorin Centre for Peace and Strategic Studies, Isaac Olawale Albert has been elevated as a Professor of Peace Studies by the University of Ibadan.

Prof. Albert’s 2006 promotion was last week announced by the authorities of the Premier University. Prof. Albert joined the University of Ilorin in 2008 as the pioneer director of Centre for Peace and Strategic Studies. Between that time and now, he has succeeded in attracting two governors to the University, who delivered the first two editions of the Centre’s Distinguished Personality Lecture Series.
Prof. Albert

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SAVE THE SITUATION
Text of the Address delivered by the Vice-Chancellor, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Prof. Is-haq O. Oloyede, on the occasion of the Second Distinguished Personality Lecture of the Centre for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ilorin, on Monday March 23, 2009 at the University Auditorium. Welcome t is my singular honour to welcome you all to this important occasion. I especially welcome and appreciate our amiable Governor of Rivers State, His Excellency, Rt. Honourable Chibuike Rotimi Amechi, for honouring the University by accepting the invitation to deliver this lecture. I have a strong conviction that His Excellency is rightly positioned in all ramifications to open our eyes, deepen our thoughts and direct our actions in addressing one of the most volatile socio-political issues beleaguering our dear nation, the Niger Delta question. Once again, I welcome you to our University. The Right Choice Distinguished ladies and gentlemen, you would agree with me that Niger Delta has different connotations to different people. To some, it is mainly political while to others, it is an economic issue. Some other people construe Niger Delta to be a social phenomenon while there are those who rightly view it from ecological and environmental perspective. The reality of the matter is analogous to the story of the four blind men describing an elephant based on the parts of its body they touched. Their descriptions would be partly right without giving the true picture while it would take a sighted person to harmonise their descriptions and give a correct description. The choice of the Governor of the treasure base of the nation is just so perfect. While the Niger Delta has generated passionate interests and heated arguments, including from those who pontificate on what they know nothing concrete about, it is self-evident that our Guest Lecturer is most suitable to enlighten us since he is as profoundly familiar with the issue as an Eskimo is familiar with ice. As a matter of fact, Governor Amaechi, based on his keen insights, has added more profundity to the discourse of managing the crises in Rivers State and has directly and indirectly called our attention to new ways of dealing with the issues of Niger Delta since his assumption of office in 2007. The Need for Peace We are living in an era of human history wherein making peace is crucial to our collective survival. It is for this reason that the idea to establish the Centre for Peace and Strategic Studies was conceived shortly before my assumption of office given the dearth of professional peace workers in the country. On my assumption of office as the Vice Chancellor, I asked for the technical support of the Society for Peace Studies and Practice (SPSP) and this was how the foundation Director of the Centre, Dr. Isaac Olawale Albert, who is a Board Member/Fellow of the Society and the initiator of the Peace Studies Programme at the University of Ibadan, was invited to lend us a helping hand in achieving our objectives for the Centre, which are: • To train manpower in the field of peace and development studies. • To make the University of Ilorin a global centre of excellence for peace and development studies. • To provide students with practical skills on peacemaking, peace building and preventive diplomacy. • To contribute to security and environmental sector management. • To make the University of Ilorin become a centre of excellence in peace research and documentation. The achievements we have recorded so far show that the University of Ilorin is not just one of the universities offering Peace Studies in Africa, we are in fact one of the leaders in the field. In scholarship today, the age of an institution is no longer as important as how much it can leap and jump. We are really jumping. I appreciate the commitment of Dr. Albert who leads this interesting project. The University appreciates his efforts. The Town and the Gown Universities all over the world are now engaged in self-evaluation and appraisal. The question is how much impact do Universities make in directing the pattern of discourse and providing solutions to emergent problems. The conception of the University as an ivory tower, detached from the public, that only pours knowledge down from the top has been challenged as outdated. A more dynamic approach that sees the University as a platform for the beneficial engagements of the town and the gown, through which

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6 the system is able to get a feedback, validate its training and the two are able to learn from each other to further research and development, is seen as current. At the University of Ilorin, it is our conviction that the gown has a lot to learn from the town just as the town also has so much to learn from the gown. Bridging the gap and building the trust between the components is a sure way of achieving sustainable development and advancing the mandate of Universities. It is based on this premise that political leaders, economic masters, social commentators and cultural activists, among other groups that shape the society, should be constantly engaged by the University system for the benefits of its members, who are unavoidably influenced or affected by the town. It is our plan that just as we have done within the last one year, during which renowned scholars and great leaders alike have been invited to cross-fertilize ideas with us in the enduring task of deepening academicintellectual and socio-political discourse. It is our determination that the University of Ilorin will continue to guide the public in the right direction through the right resource people. From Oil Boom to Oil Doom The story of the Niger Delta Crisis, the Phases in the Manifestation and Management of which His Excellency, Rt. Honourable Rotimi Amaechi, is discussing with us, basically dates back to 1957. Prior to that time at which oil was discovered in commercial quantity in Oloibiri, located in the present Bayelsa State, Nigeria depended mainly on agriculture for her foreign earnings and local consumption. The oil boom that the discovery engendered would first lead to the dislocation of the economic sector such that a decade after, oil had effectively replaced our cocoa (from the Western Region) ground nuts (from the Northern Region) and palm oil products (in the Eastern Region) as the backbone and soul of the national economy. Even though Nigeria has earned over $400 billion as oil revenue since early 1970’s, the prices of goods and services have been skyrocketing since then with food insecurity threatening our existence and socio-political unrest undermining the quality of lives of a vast majority of the people such that the oil boom to many has become nothing more than oil doom. The Niger Delta area, comprising seven states (Akwa-Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross Rivers, Edo, Delta, Rivers and Ondo), sitting on over 70,000 square kilometres, covering the greater part of the South-South geopolitical zone, is the largest wetland in Africa. Yet, it appears to be the most deprived and the most volatile part of the Giant of Africa. The activities going on in the Niger Delta have made former President Sheu Shagari opine, not too long ago, that it is the biggest problem of the country. In a BBC news report of Wednesday May 30, 2007, President Shagari said that “the biggest problem Nigeria faces today, in my humble opinion, is the problem with the militants in the Niger Delta area”. Not a few Nigerians will agree with him. Coughing and Catching Cold It is stating the obvious that when the Niger Delta coughs, the whole nation catches cold. Since 1966 that Isaac Adaka Boro led his campaign against perceived injustices to the area with his Delta Volunteer Service (DVC), other groups have emerged on the scene, heightening at various time the national temperature. Groups like the Movement for the Emancipation of the Ogoni People (MOSOP), Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND), the Delta Peoples Volunteer Force (NDPVF), the Joint Revolutionary Council (JRC), Movement for the Survival of the Ijaw Ethnic Nationality (MOSEIN), among others, have often engaged the nation in combat, with crises portending cataclysmic consequences for human life and property, governance and polity. In other words, the lingering crisis, which has been costing the country an annual loss of $4.4 billion, according to analysts, has brought about economic, social, political and ecological disasters for the country. These disasters have manifested in real and perceived poverty and deprivation of people’s means of livelihood, environmental damage, oil spillage and gas flaring, pipeline explosions, lack of development, unemployment, distortion and destabilisation of socio-economic lifestyle of the people, human rights violations, corruption and graft, cultism and brigandage, divide and rule tactics as well as braze- faced greed, violent militancy, mindless kidnappings and economic sabotage. There must be a way out and we must save the situation. Today’s Lecture The Lecture to be delivered by His Excellency within the next few minutes is the second in the series of the Distinguished Personality Lectures that we have lined up for inaugurating Peace Studies on this

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7 campus. The Lectures are to be delivered by three prominent Nigerians in the first instance. The first was delivered by the Chief Servant of Niger State, Dr. Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu (OON, fspsp, Talban Minna), who the University appreciates for his brilliant lecture in December 2008 and for his commitment to the University. The third lecture will soon be delivered by a Security Chief. At the end of this series of lectures, we would have touched the three main fields of specialization on our Peace and Strategic Studies Programme in the University viz: Governance and Peace (addressed by the Chief Servant of Niger State), Environmental Peace (to be addressed now by His Excellency, the Governor of Rivers State) and Security Studies ( to be addressed by a Security Chief). Let me use this opportunity to congratulate His Excellency, Governor Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers State, on the work of the Justice Kayode Eso Commission. No matter what people say about it, the fact remains that the initiative is historical, a model for other states of the federation. I want to appeal to the Governor to kindly avail the University of Ilorin a copy of the Commission’s report and the government white paper for archiving. We intend to acquire and safekeep such documents across the country most especially for research purposes. Ladies and gentlemen, we have a lecturer for this occasion. It is not my goal to take over his job from him. I would therefore end my address at this point and invite Dr. Isaac Olawale Albert, the Director of our Centre for Peace and Strategic Studies, to introduce the Guest Lecturer to us. Thank you very much for coming; thank you very much your attention.

March out, murderous March!

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arch 2009 is a month that the University of Ilorin community will not forget in a hurry. It was a month that has registered itself on the pshyche as the most tragic.

It started with the death of the Vice-Chancellor’s father, Imam Liadi Akanbi Oloyede, then that of Prof. Ade Dopamu, who was buried last Friday, to another lecturer then a student. As if that was not enough, the University was traumatized with the death of a young lecturer of the Faculty of Law, Mr. Mutiu Adebayo, who was fatally attacked and killed by armed robbers at his Agbo Oba residence last Monday night. The prayer remains that God should grant the affected families and the Unilorin community the fortitude to bear the irreparable losses. NEW APPOINTMENT The Vice-Chancellor has approved the appointment of the following academic staff member:
Name Prof. I.O. Abimbola Prof. Ayo Akinwale Department Science Education Appointment Director, Centre for Research, Development and in-House Training Head of Department Effective Date 16th February, 2009 Duration 3 years

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Unilorin in the News
♣ University of Ilorin won two Gold, one Silver and three Bronze medals at the just-concluded 22nd edition of the Nigerian University Games (NUGA) hosted by the University of Nigerian, Nsukka. (‘Six medals from NUGA’, The Nation, Thursday, March 26, 2009, p.22). ♣ As we grief over his departure, we have equally taken solace in the fact that he led a highly fulfilled life, particularly in the service of Allah and humanity. (‘Governor condoles VC, same as above). ♣ Four students of University of Ilorin received cash awards from Zain for their impressive performance at the Zain African Under-graduate quiz challenge held in Abuja. (‘Zain showers naira on students’, same as above). ♣ Prof. Ajayi Yekeen, a Professor of Yoruba in University of Ilorin while delievering the 90th inaugural lecture has advocated that credit pass in local languages be made the criteria for further studies. (‘Credit in local languages should be admission criteria’, same as above, p. 43).
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Unilorin in the News
♣ A Professor of Yoruba, Professor Yekeen Ajibade Ajayi has called for the use of Nigerian languages in conducting official and public affairs. (‘Don wants local languages promoted’, The Herald, Monday March 23, 2009, p.6). ♣ The second Distinguished Personality Lecture of the Center for Peace and Strategic Studies (CPSS), University of Ilorin is holding today by Governor Rotimi Amaechi of River State. (‘Unilorin holds Peace lecture’, same as above. p.7). ♣ The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ilorin has remarked that the loss of Professor Peter Ade Dopamu shows that life is a bitter sweet phenomenon.

Quotes of the Week
A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor. – English Proverb Life is a cycle of effort and rest. The effectiveness of each depends on the other. Get enough rest, and you’ll be more effective in your efforts. Put your energy into your actions and you’ll rest well. - Ralph S. Marston

(‘Unilorin mourns late versity don’, National Pilot, Monday 23-Wednesday 25 March, 2009, p.3). ♣ Governor Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers State will be speaking to the management of the Niger Delta Crisis at the Center for Peace and Strategic Studies Lecture. (‘Amaechi delivers Unilorin CPSS lecture’, same as above. ♣ Imam of the University of Ilorin and the institutions Director of Academic Planning, Professor Abdulganiyu Abdulsalam Oladosu has advanced the import of unity among muslims. (‘Fountain University: Sulu Gambari makes case for Ilorin campus’, same as above). ♣ The University of Ilorin has introduced a post Doctoral Diploma in Education Program for PhD holders just as it mandates all lecturers to have teaching qualifications. (‘Unilorin mandates P.G.D. for new Dons’, same as above, p.10). ♣ The registrar of the University of Ilorin has remarked that appointment as a Professor is a new start for dedication to service. (‘Professorship, new beginning’, same as above). ♣ A lecturer, Prof. Yekeen Ajayi has challenged Nigerian Universities to establish cultural hall in all their campuses as a definite means of sustaining the nation’s abundant indigenous heritage. (‘Don tasks Vasities to create space for culture’, Compass, Wednesday, March 25, 2009. P.46). ♣ Prof. Is-haq Oloyede has joined the ranks of Nigerians asking the Federal Government to increase the retirement age for Professor from the current 65 years benchmark to 70 years. (‘VC back 70 yrs retirement age for Vasity teachers’, same as above, p.23). ♣ Mallam Mutiu, a lecturer in the faculty of law, University of Ilorin was killed infront of his home at Agbo-Oba after Muslim Magrib prayers about 7p.m. (‘Unknown gunmen kill Unilorin law teacher’, same as above, p.5). ♣ The history of violent agitations among the Niger Delta people can be traced to the era of maximum military ruler, Gen. Sanni Abacha over one-million-man march. (‘How Abacha fuelled agitation in Niger Delta, by Amaechi, The Guardian, Wednesday, March 25, 2009. P.3). ♣ The Federal Government must review some of the contentious laws that seem to inhibit the participation of host community in the Niger Delta Oil and Gas Industries. (‘N/Delta Crisis: FG must review contentious law – Amaechi’, Nigerian Tribune, Wednesday 25 March, 2009, p.22). ♣ Social injustice, marginalization, abject poverty and exploitation meted on the people of Niger Delta should be addressed before the problem can be solved. (‘Amaechi tasks FG on Niger Delta’, The Herald, Wednesday 25 March, 2009, p.5). ♣ A lecturer, Mallam Mutiu Adebayo was found in the pool of his own blood right in front of his house inside his compound at Agbo-Oba, Ilorin. (‘Unknown gunmen kill Unilorin lecturer, Daily Trust, Wednesday 25, 2009, p.4).
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